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Mark Podolsky - Issue #238


Mark Podolsky

September 26 · Issue #238 · View online
Mark Podolsky (AKA The Land Geek), successful land investor, land investing coach and creator of the popular Land Geek Podcast and Best Passive Income Model Podcast argues he has the best model for investing in real estate. Discover why Land Investing is "The Ultimate Subscription Model" (no physical inventory, a one-time sale, recurring revenue, a built-in incentive for the buyer to continue paying, and low competition). Learn about strategies, skills and helpful tips that will help you grow your Passive Income through Land Investing. Learn more at

My, How Time Flies!
Can you believe it, Scottsdale Bootcamp is only a month away! Why should you attend? Here are just a few reasons…
  1. In just three days, you learn how you can build a land investing business that puts money in your pocket—Of course it will take you longer than 3 days to implement what you learn, but you’ll be walking taller when you’re done with my intensive training…..because you’ll understand from soup to nuts how it’s done.
  2. Q&A - you get to ask me questions and get the answers you seek - this is HUGE—Normally my time is very limited since I’m running my own land investing business. But during Bootcamp, my time is dedicated to you.
  3. Connecting with other land investors—This one is absolutely priceless.  Surrounding yourself with like-minded entrepreneurial land investors can form life-long connections. Many of my best students keep in touch to share ideas and encourage one another.
Land investing is a simple, straight-forward business that is massively profitable if you follow the right methods.
Learn my proven methods at the Land Geek Bootcamp in Phoenix on October 25th, 26th and 27tht  - when applied, these methods will change your life in a very positive way.
The easiest way to get tickets to Bootcamp is to get your copy of my end-to-end land investing system, the Investor’s Toolkit.
Click below to schedule a call with a Land Geek Certified Coach to get the toolkit and bootcamp tickets.
This Week on The Art of Passive Income...
With all the advancements in business technology, does your business have what it takes to survive in today’s high tech world?
Business transformation expert, Steven L. Blue joins us today to talk about what businesses need to do in order to survive in this new economy. 
Steven is in the business of transforming failing and fading companies in the global powerhouses with 40 years of leadership experience.
He is a proponent of changing the thinking, culture and product lines of established companies to help them survive and thrive in the new economy.
Steven is also an author, speaker, and is a regular contributor to Fortune and Entrepreneur.
Listen is as we delve deep into what it takes for companies to go through a business metamorphosis and not only survive, but thrive. 
The first step to going down the road of transformation is accepting the fact that you have to do so.
Steven answers in great detail:
  • What do companies need in order to make a successful transformation into the new economy?
  • Can we compete in this new economy and if so, where do we make this metamorphosis?
  • How do you transform something like a steel mill that’s done the same thing forever into something with current proprietary technology?
  • How as a leader of your business do you get everyone on board to adapt to new technologies?
  • What is the number one reason most companies fail when they try to make this transition?
Plus, Steven shares the anecdote that helped him personally get his own team on board for this radical metamorphosis of change and why he had to replace most of his leadership team!
In This Week's Round Table...
Typically, there are two prices when it comes to pricing parcels—the discounted cash price and a higher terms price.
Are your prices set in stone? How negotiable is the terms price?
Joining Mark in this week’s discussion are:
  • Mimi Schmidt
  • Erik Peterson
  • Tate Litchfield
Erik shares a recent situation where a buyer came to him and wanted to pay the cash price on terms. This person is also an investor who has worked with others in the industry who have given him the discounted rates.
By doing the deal, Erik wouldn’t make the same returns but by selling to him now, it could open the door to future business. Should he do the deal? After all, a sale is still a sale. Or, should he tell Joe Investor to move along?
There are a lot of different variables that come into play. Listen in as Team Land Geek go over those variables that leaves them considering, and reconsidering what they would do.
Also, Tate talks about the challenge he presented to the Mastermind call last week which he is now extending to anyone who wants to participate. 
Find out all the details along with Erik’s final decision in this week’s Round Table Episode!
Celebrating Student Success!
In This Video, Jason Parker talks about his Flight School experience and how he just closed three deals, while on a family vacation!
Congratulations Jason… Here’s to making money in your sleep or while you’re at play!
To Engineering Your Success
Want to know more about creating a lifestyle that allows you to relax and enjoy time spent with your family instead of stressing that it will go too fast and you’ll be back to fighting traffic Monday morning only to report in to a cubicle at a job that you hate?
Click below to schedule a call with Mike Z. or Scott B.
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